|auxiliary word||語助詞 [yu3 zhu4 ci2]|
|auxiliary word||语助词 [yu3 zhu4 ci2]|
|(an auxiliary word performing the grammatical functions of mood), fusion of le + a, follows after 比如 listed examples||啦 [la5]|
|(loan word) AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome)||愛滋病 [ai4 zi1 bing4]|
|(loan word) AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome)||爱滋病 [ai4 zi1 bing4]|
|(loan word) shampoo, same as 洗髮皂|洗发皂||香波 [xiang1 bo1]|
|(taboo word) used erroneously for 肏, to fuck||操 [cao4]|
|a guild, (in olden times) an association such as a political party, religious group or trade guild, the Japanese word for company||会社 [hui4 she4]|
|a guild, (in olden times) an association such as a political party, religious group or trade guild, the Japanese word for company||會社 [hui4 she4]|
|a wooden word-by-word reading||照本宣科 [zhao4 ben3 xuan1 ke1]|
|A word once out of the lips cannot be overtaken by swift horses. -- A promise cannot be taken back once it is made.||一言既出 ,駟馬難追|
|A word once spoken cannot be over-taken by swift horses||君子一言既出 ,駟馬難追。|
|Abba (Aramaic word father), by ext. God the Father in Christian gospel)||阿爸 [A1 ba4]|
|Abba (Aramaic word father), by ext. God the Father in Christian gospel)||阿爸父 [A1 ba4 fu4]|
|abstract word||抽象詞 [chou1 xiang4 ci2]|
|abstract word||抽象词 [chou1 xiang4 ci2]|
|affix stripping, to determine the root of a word by removing prefix and suffix||詞綴剝除 [ci2 zhui4 bo1 chu2]|
|affix stripping, to determine the root of a word by removing prefix and suffix||词缀剥除 [ci2 zhui4 bo1 chu2]|
|afterwards, hereafter, after -- in a temporal clause, this word always follows a noun, and never a verb. As in the following:||以後|
|AIDS (loan word, acquired immune deficiency syndrome), also written 愛滋病|爱滋病||艾兹病 [ai4 zi1 bing4]|
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